Publications

Some recent publications by our faculty members:

  • Kristin Andrews, “The Folk Psychology Spiral.” Southern Journal of Philosophy, 2015, 53(S1): 50-67.
  • Kristin Andrews, “Pluralistic Folk Psychology and Varieties of Self Knowledge.” Philosophical Explorations, 2015, 18(2): 282-296.
  • Kristin Andrews, The Animal Mind: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Animal Cognition. Routledge, 2015.
  • Kristin Andrews and Lori Gruen. “Empathy in Other Apes.” In Heidi Maibom, ed. Empathy in Morality, Oxford University Press, 2014. 193-209.
  • Idil Boran:  A Carbon Price Is Just The Beginning
  • Carmela Circelli, Sweet Nothing: An Elemental Case for Taking our Time, Quattro Books: Toronto, 2014
  • Susan Dimock, Mohamad Al-Hakim, Garrett MacSweeney, Anthony Antonacci and Alessandro Manduca-Barone, Ethics and the Public Service: Trust, Integrity and Democracy (Toronto: Nelson Canada; 2012)
  • Susan Dimock, “The Malum Prohibitum -- Malum in Se Distinction and the Wrongfulness Constraint on Criminalization” in press and forthcoming in Dialogue: The Canadian Philosophical Review 55:1 (2016): 9-32.
  • Susan Dimock, “Criminalizing Dangerousness: How to Preventively Detain Dangerous Offenders,” Criminal Law and Philosophy 9:3 (2015): 537-560.
  • Susan Dimock, “Actio Libera in Causa,” Criminal Law and Philosophy 7:3 (October 2013): 549-569.
  • Susan Dimock and Mohamad Al-Hakim, “Hate as an Aggravating Factor in Sentencing,” New Criminal Law Review 15:4 (Fall 2012): 572-611.
  • Susan Dimock, “Intoxication and the Act/Control/Agency Requirement,” Criminal Law and Philosophy 6:2 (September 2012): 341-362.
  • Susan Dimock, “Contractarian Criminal Law Theory and Mala Prohibita Offenses” in R.A. Duff, Lindsay Farmer, S.E. Marshall, M. Renzo and V. Tadros, eds., Criminalization: The Political Morality of the Criminal Law (Oxford University Press, 2014): 151-181.
  • Susan Dimock, “Thomas Hobbes: Ethical Egoism” in press and forthcoming in Ethics Lessons: A Common Master Curriculum for Universities in India, A. Raghuramaraju (University of Hyderabad) manuscript 9,931 words, accepted February 2016.
  • Susan Dimock, “Thomas Hobbes: Contractarianism” in press and forthcoming in Ethics Lessons: A Common Master Curriculum for Universities in India, A. Raghuramaraju (University of Hyderabad) manuscript 10,525 words, accepted February 2016.
  • Susan Dimock, “John Locke: Natural Rights and the Limits of Government” in press and forthcoming in Ethics Lessons: A Common Master Curriculum for Universities in India, A. Raghuramaraju (University of Hyderabad) manuscript 8,710 words, March 2016.
  • Susan Dimock, “John Locke: Property, Authority, Consent” in press and forthcoming in Ethics Lessons: A Common Master Curriculum for Universities in India, A. Raghuramaraju (University of Hyderabad) manuscript 9,372 words, accepted March 2016.
  • Susan Dimock, “David Hume: Practical Rationality Deflated” in press and forthcoming in Ethics Lessons: A Common Master Curriculum for Universities in India, A. Raghuramaraju (University of Hyderabad) manuscript 9,555 words, accepted April 2016.
  • Susan Dimock, “David Hume: Practical Rationality Inflated” in press and forthcoming in Ethics Lessons: A Common Master Curriculum for Universities in India, A. Raghuramaraju (University of Hyderabad) manuscript 10,952 words, April 2016.
  • Susan Dimock, “Parliamentary Ethics” in Ruth Chadwick, ed. Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics 2nd (San Diego: Elsevier Press, 2012): Vol. 3: 338-348.
  • Susan Dimock, “Crime and Society,” in Ruth Chadwick, ed., Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics 2nd (San Diego: Elsevier Press, 2012) Vol. 1: 683-690. This is a substantially revised version of my 1998 paper, with less than half the content being the same.
  • Susan Dimock, “Juvenile Crime,” in Ruth Chadwick, ed., Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics 2nd (San Diego: Elsevier Press, 2012) Vol. 2: 818-826. This is a substantially revised version of my 1998 paper, with less than half the content being the same.
  • Susan Dimock, “Defences at Criminal Law,” in Ruth Chadwick, ed., Encyclopaedia of Applied Ethics 2nd (San Diego: Elsevier Press, 2012) Vol. 1: 745-753.
  • Michael A. Gilbert,  2014. Arguing with People. Calgary, Alberta: Broadview Press: BC 177 G533 2014.  9781554811700.
  • Michael A. Gilbert. "Argumentation Theory." In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods, edited by Mike Allen. Sage [Expected 2017].
  • Michael A. Gilbert, "Transgender Identities." In Philosophy of Sex and Love, edited by Gary Foster. Oxford University Press.
  • Michael A. Gilbert, [Late 2015] "Ethos, Argument And Psychology." In, The psychology of argument: cognitive approaches to argumentation and persuasion, edited by Fabio Paglieri. College Publications.
  • Michael A. Gilbert, [2014]. “Cross-Dressing.” Transgender Studies Quarterly. 75-79.
  • Michael A. Gilbert, [2014]. "Gender Theory and Development." In Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, edited by Laura Erickson-Schroth. NY: Oxford University press. Co-authored: Erickson-Schroth, Laura, Michael A. Gilbert, and Evan Smith.
  • Michael A. Gilbert [forthcoming], “Argument: Expanding the  limits.” In Razón-Argumentación, edited by Pedro Reygadas. Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México.
  • D.A. Jopling, “The Placebo Effect in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.” Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Psychiatry. Edited by K.W.M. Fulford and R. Gipps. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013). pp.714-734.
  • D.A. Jopling, “Much ado to know myself…’: Insight in the Talking Cures.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. 1234 (2011) pp.158-167.
  • J. Keeping, 2012. “The Thousand Goals and the One Goal: Morality and Will to Power in Nietzsche’s Zarathustra.” European Journal of Philosophy 20:1, 73-85.
  • J. Keeping, 2014. “Joyful Rhythm: Emotion, Expression, and the Birth of Meaning in Merleau-Ponty.” Philosophy Today 58:2, 197-217.
  • J. Keeping, 2014. “The Time is out of Joint: A Hermeneutic Phenomenology of Grief.” Symposium 18:2, 233-255.
  • J. Keeping, 2014. “Yes, Susan, There is a Hogfather: Hogfather and the Existentialism of Søren Kierkegaard.” In Philosophy and Terry Pratchett, eds. Jacob Held & James South (London: Palgrave, 2014), 277-297.
  • M. A. Khalidi, “Three Kinds of Social Kinds,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 90 (2015), 96-112.
  • M. A. Khalidi, Natural Categories and Human Kinds: Classification in the Natural and Social Sciences, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
  • Alice MacLachlan, “‘Trust Me, I’m Sorry’: The Paradox of Public Apology.” The Monist 98:4 (Fall 2015) 441-56.
  • Alice MacLachlan, “Beyond the Ideal Political Apology,” The Uses and Abuses of Political Apology. Ed. M. Mihai and M. Thaler, pp. 13-31. Palgrave MacMillan 2014.
  • Alice MacLachlan, Justice, Responsibility, and Reconciliation in the Wake of Conflict. Ed. A. MacLachlan and C. A. Speight, Springer, 2013.
  • Gerard Naddaf, “Cosmological Models and the Peri Phuseos Tradition,” in The Edinburgh Critical History of Western Philosophy. Vol I: Greek and Roman Philosophy (eds. by Giuseppe Cambiana and Alexandra Lianeri), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (18,000 words: forthcoming 2016).
  • Gerard Naddaf, “Poetic Myths of the Afterlife: Plato’s Last Song,” in Plato’s Poetics (edited by Rick Benitez), London: Academic Printing and Publishing (15,000 words: forthcoming 2016).
  • Gerard Naddaf, “Poetic Myths of the Afterlife: Plato’s Last Song,” in Plato’s Poetics [Chinese edition] (edited by Keping Wang), Beijing: University of Beijing Press (23,000 words: forthcoming 2016).
  • Gerard Naddaf, “The young ‘historical’ Socrates in the Apology and Symposium,” in Selected Papers from the Tenth Symposium Platonicum: The Symposium (Mauro Tulli and Gabriele Cornelli eds.), Sankt Augustin: Academia Verlag, 1-5, 2015.
  • Gerard Naddaf, review of Daniel W. Graham, Science Before Socrates. Parmenides, Anaxagoras, and the New Astronomy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013 for Mind (3000 words forthcoming).
  • Gerard Naddaf, review of G.E.R. Lloyd, Being, Humanity, and Understanding, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012 for Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 85(1) 2015, 137-42.
  • Claudine Verheggen, “Towards a New Kind of Semantic Normativity”, International Journal of Philosophical Studies Vol.23, 3, (June 2015), pp.410-24.
  • Claudine Verheggen, “Triangulation”, in E. Lepore and K. Ludwig, eds., A Companion to Davidson, Wiley-Blackwell (2013).
  • Claudine Verheggen, “Semantic Normativity and Naturalism”, Logique et Analyse Vol.216 (October 2011), pp.553-67.
  • Claudine Verheggen, “Triangulation and Philosophical Skepticism”, in C. Amoretti and G. Preyer, eds., Triangulation. From the Epistemological Point of View, Frankfurt: Ontos Verlag ( 2011).
  • Jim Vernon, “I Am We: Dialectics of Political Will in Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party”, Theory and Event 17:4 (December 2014).
  • Jim Vernon, Hegel and Deleuze: Together Again for the First Time, co-edited with Karen Houle (Northwestern University Press, 2013).
  • Jim Vernon, Hegel and Badiou: Infinity, Dialectics, Subjectivity, co-edited with Antonio Calcagno (Lexington Books, 2015).
  • Duff R. Waring, The Healing Virtues: Character Ethics in Psychotherapy (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2016).
  • Duff R. Waring, “Patient Responsibilities in a Psychiatric Healing Project,” in The Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics, Vol. 2, eds. John Z. Sadler, Werdie (C.W.) Van Staden, and W.K.M. Fulford (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), 1402-1418.
  • Duff R. Waring, “The Virtuous Patient,” Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 19, no 1 (2012): 25-36.
  • Duff R. Waring,Response: Psychotherapy Through the Prism of Moral Language,” Philosophy, Psychiatry, & Psychology 19, no 1 (2012): 45-48.